Torquay Marina is in the north-east corner of Torbay and sheltered from the prevailing south-westerly winds, so it’s a safe haven for boats in all weathers. With modern facilities and superb bluewater cruising, it's popular with yachtsmen from home and overseas.
There are various marine tenants on site providing chandlery, boat brokerage and new boat sales. Basic provisions are available from the dock office and there is a restaurant and café, perfect for when you've worked up an appetite on the water.
Tucked away at the head of Galmpton Creek, Dartside Quay lies some three miles upriver from Dartmouth. The 7-acre dry boat storage area has space for over 300 boats and is serviced by a 65-ton hoist, one of the largest in the area, which operates from a purpose-built dock. There is also a 16-ton trailer hoist operating on a slipway.
There are numerous beautiful anchorages around the surrounding coastline, but please refer to this document that outlines where not to anchor due to seagrass beds. Heading south brings you to the picturesque fishing village of Brixham, where we also have a marina, and where there are many fine restaurants.
Head further west and explore the sheltered River Dart. Beyond Start Point is the beautiful Salcombe Estuary with spectacular 400 foot cliffs at Bolt Head. The marina is also conveniently situated for crossing the Channel to Brittany, Normandy and the Channel Islands, ideal for a weekend away.
Gives you even more freedom to explore any of the 18 marinas in our UK network stretching from Devon to Suffolk, plus over 130 European destinations in France, Spain and Portugal.FIND OUT MORE ON FREEDOM BERTHING FIND OUT MORE ON PASSEPORT ESCALES
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